Cultural Resources Management Program
Pacific Region / California & Nevada Region
 

Cultural Heritage Outreach and Education

Teacher and student at Archaeology Week Event, USFWS PhotoThe cultural resources people have left behind -- their “footprints on the landscape” -- provide a historical record of human dependence on natural resources. Learning the history of Americans’ relationship to wildlife and the environment is the first step in understanding and developing solutions to current issues. A variety of interpretive and education programs in the Pacific Region strive to bring the past to life. These pages provide information about events, materials, and resources. This page will be updated regularly with new resources, so check back!

Teacher Resources

Archaeology Activities

Events and Projects

 

Last updated: December 20, 2012

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